Cardiff Congestion Charge High Stakes Gamble

Cardiff Congestion Charge High Stakes Gamble

An article written by Cardiff Councillor and Prospective Assembly Member for Cardiff North – Joel Williams: So. Labour-run Cardiff Council have outlined plans for a congestion charge on all motorists coming into the City. Let me start by saying that we all want...
Centre for Welsh Studies Policy Analysis – General Election 2019

Centre for Welsh Studies Policy Analysis – General Election 2019

Analysis by Edward Sumner, Chief Operations Officer at Centre for Welsh Studies: This general election is one that will be remembered for Brexit and an all-time high of spending promises. With tax and state cutting proposals falling by the wayside for ever growing...
North Wales is being left behind by the Cardiff Bay establishment

North Wales is being left behind by the Cardiff Bay establishment

Article written by Rob Roberts – Businessman and Conservative Candidate for Delyn in North Wales: The strangle hold in Cardiff has left North Wales lagging behind in inward investment.  The transport links between the North and the South are appalling, the...
Brexit threatens the very existence of the Welsh political system

Brexit threatens the very existence of the Welsh political system

Article written by Edward Sumner Politics in Wales isn’t working, the people of Wales are feeling neglected and ignored. Since 2016 the electorate have been told they didn’t know what they voted for and derided as ignorant and wrong for voting the way they did. The...
Leaving the EU can strengthen Welsh agricultural standards

Leaving the EU can strengthen Welsh agricultural standards

An Article written by Llyr Powell – Chairman of the Centre for Welsh Studies Leaving the EU gives us the opportunity to intensify protection of animal welfare, like cracking down on the transport of live animals to the continent. Whilst a ban on live animal...
The Back Stop is no full stop

The Back Stop is no full stop

An Article written by Myles Power – Former EU Policy Adviser on Constitutional Affairs, Legal Affairs and Transport The Principle issue relating to the constant defeat of the Withdrawal Agreement is the insistence by the EU that there needs to be border controls...
Planning makes “No Deal” one of few certainties

Planning makes “No Deal” one of few certainties

An Article written by Conservative MEP Candidate Craig Lawton In recent months both the new First Minister and the new leader of Plaid Cymru have referred to the UK leaving the EU without a deal as “crashing out.” Their choice of language follows the exact same...